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Mike Francesa announces final date for his show but says he won’t reunite with Mad Dog

On December 15, 2017, one of America’s most listened to, most beloved and most maligned radio shows will come to an end. On that day, Mike Francesa will do his last show for WFAN, then hit free agency after 30 years at the station. On Thursday, a caller asked Francesa about his future, in the context of Mike’s […] The post Mike Francesa announces final date for his show but says he won’t reunite with Mad Dog appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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